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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
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    1 gram of 50% should do

    no I don't and you should cycle everything


    So increases fat burning?

    would this be any good, its 20% and derived from soy?

    http://www.myprotein.com/uk/products...hatidyl_serine

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    Quote Originally Posted by miniarnold View Post
    So increases fat burning?

    would this be any good, its 20% and derived from soy?

    http://www.myprotein.com/uk/products...hatidyl_serine
    Again, cortisol stimulates lipolysis.

    Primordial performance makes a product but I haven't looked into it.
    http://pescience.com/
    http://selectprotein.com/
    The above is my own opinion and does not reflect the opinion of PES
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Again, cortisol stimulates lipolysis.

    Primordial performance makes a product but I haven't looked into it.

    doesnt cortisol stimulate fat storage in excess, but your saying it stimulates lipolysis which is fat burning right?....

    so reducing cortisol with supplements say in this case with PS it will / can cause fat loss or not?

    What you think of the above supp 20% PS and derived from soy, i dont think this is the most natural form of PS if im correct?
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    Ahhhhh astute question

    This is a rather complicated/complex dynamic b/c either elevated cortisol or suppressed levels can fascilitate lipolysis or lipogensis.

    Definitley looking forward to Coop's reply on this one!

    Coop - School us buddy.


    Quote Originally Posted by miniarnold View Post
    doesnt cortisol stimulate fat storage in excess, but your saying it stimulates lipolysis which is fat burning right?....

    so reducing cortisol with supplements say in this case with PS it will / can cause fat loss or not?

    What you think of the above supp 20% PS and derived from soy, i dont think this is the most natural form of PS if im correct?
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    Again, cortisol stimulates lipolysis.

    Primordial performance makes a product but I haven't looked into it.
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    yes bit confused as i thought high/elevated cortisol can lead to fat gain is the word lipogensis.....
    and by reducing/lowering cortisol (with a supp in this case such as using PS) it can lead to fat loss lipolysis.....
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    And is the PS supp above ^ at 20% derived from soy any good, as i am not sure if PS is originally from a more potent natural source (not from soy) ?
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    Adrenaline for fat loss/Cortisol for fat gain

    Quote Originally Posted by miniarnold View Post
    yes bit confused as i thought high/elevated cortisol can lead to fat gain is the word lipogensis.....
    and by reducing/lowering cortisol (with a supp in this case such as using PS) it can lead to fat loss lipolysis.....
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    And is the PS supp above ^ at 20% derived from soy any good, as i am not sure if PS is originally from a more potent natural source (not from soy) ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcc
    A typical day would look something like this;


    EAAs are mostly because I don't digest whey very well and I am waiting for brown rice protein to come back into stock.
    I have had the same problem with whey and all dairy. Pea protein has worked well for me as a substitute.
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    What about egg protein? It digest fast, but do you still have the same effect if the protein is lactose free? There are plenty of companies that have lactose free and even gluten free protein powders. Maybe even trying a brand with a good probiotic in the formula or other digestive enzymes.

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